Wolfram Technologies for Learning and Teaching


Bring technology to your classroom with resources and instruction tools.

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  • Interactive courses
  • Video classes
  • Instructor-led courses
Resources & Tools

Accessing Wolfram Technology

Did you know you may have access to Wolfram technology through a site license at your campus?

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Get Started Quickly

Use these training resources to get ahead in using Mathematica and the Wolfram Language in your courses. Let us walk you through how to get started right away!

Hands-on Start to Wolfram Mathematica

This tutorial helps you get started with Mathematica—learn how to create your first notebook, run calculations, generate visualizations, create interactive models, analyze data and more.

An Elementary Introduction to the Wolfram Language

Learn the Wolfram Language and modern computational thinking from Stephen Wolfram's book.

Other learning materials

Fast Introduction for Math Students »

Use this online tutorial to learn about solving math problems in the Wolfram Language—from basic arithmetic to integral calculus and beyond.

Fast Introduction for Programmers »

Spend a few minutes with this online tutorial to get up to speed with the foundations of the Wolfram Language.

Wolfram U Courses »

Live and on-demand Wolfram technology courses and virtual events, for both new and experienced users.

Find and Share Classroom Materials and Examples

Computational Notebook Archive »

This free, soon-to-launch archive is the perfect place to share course materials and find content for new and existing courses. Now accepting pre-launch notebook contributions »

Wolfram Demonstrations Project »

Download pre-built, open-code examples from a growing collection of interactive visualizations, spanning a remarkable range of topics.

Computational Thinking Resources for Teaching »

Find programs and lesson plans for teachers to introduce computational thinking in the classroom with Wolfram technology.

Explore Student Programs and Resources

Mathematica Student Certification Program »

Get an edge over other applicants by adding Mathematica and Wolfram Language certification to your resume.

Wolfram Student Ambassador Program »

Further your tech career by acting as the face of Wolfram at your campus—plus earn some great swag, opportunities and prizes.

Wolfram Challenges »

Test your Wolfram Language skills against others around the world. Find a track that fits your interests in coding, math, word puzzles, computational thinking and more.